Most people don’t go into their attic very often — why would you? Unfortunately, pests like mice, birds, racoons, bats and squirrels do. If you’ve had any of these pests in your attic, chances are they’ve left behind fecal matter, urine, burrowing or damaged insulation.
If these pests have damaged your insulation, not only are you wasting money on added energy bills — you’re living with unsanitary conditions right above your head.
Reduce Your Energy Bills
If you live in Connecticut, your energy bills (just like ours) have gone up. Looking for ways to lower your energy bill? By re-insulating your attic to the recommended level of R-49, you will prevent heat from leaving your home and save money in the long-run.
Keep Pests Out of Your Home
Any insulation company can upgrade your insulation, but only a qualified pest control company like Envirocare Pest Control can install T.A.P brand insulation.
Why T.A.P Insulation?
It’s the only blown cellulose insulation on the market that is both fire-resistant and will prevent pests from nesting in your attic — especially insects such as ants, silverfish, spiders, beetles and wasps.
See It in Action: Installing T.A.P Insulation in an Attic for Energy Efficiency & Pest Control
Envirocare Pest Control can install T.A.P insulation and, in the process, air seal openings, add soffit ventilation baffles and fix improperly vented bathroom fans.
Attic Insulation and Restoration Process
Step 1: Free inspection by a qualified insulation specialist
Step 2: Remove existing insulation
Step 3: Clean rodent droppings and disinfect
Step 4: Install air baffles, air seal openings and cover recessed lighting
Step 5: Install containment walls around AC and attic openings
Step 6: Install flooring (extra charge if needed)
Step 7: Reinstall fresh fire and pest-resistant T.A.P insulation